Similar to this ideology the Banquet Still Life 1667, was created by Abraham Van Beyeren. This was a symbolization of many elements in the society. The art work is oil in painting canvas style. This painting was found in Ahmanson Building, floor 3 of the LA county Museum. From analyzing the painting and the information about the painting it was found that the frame was 67 1/2 × 59 × 4 in. It also stated that the painting was from Ahmanson foundations. From looking at the painting, it was found that the painting was a still life painting of a feast and it looked very pleasing to the eyes. There was a number of delicacies in the feast and also showcased a costly table ware. One of the standout feature n the picture was the mouse. It was intriguing when it was initially focused upon. It was felt that the mouse played an important role in understanding about the concept of the picture as a whole. It could be understood from this that the painting was that the food was a symbolization of other aspects of the society. It was a very realistic portrayal of the different foods. It was initially understood that it pointed towards the wealth of the region. It was also understood that the creator had used this style to represent the rising wealth and power in the region. There was subtle coloring that could be observed while looking at the artworks. There was a light key element. There was silver light that unifies all the elements and creates a smooth flow of the works. It was evident that the artists had focused on creation of a style those points to the nature of wealth. There were a number of elements that made me want to analyze about the picture.